2003 ALINER LXE EXPEDITION - price lowered - $5200obo - rvs - by owner - vehicle automotive sale. QR Code Link to This Post This a nice camper that you can enjoy, tows very easily.
The dry weight is 1175#. O Goes up in less than a minute, no canvas to deal with. It has the rear sofa converts into bed and a front dinette that also converts to a smaller size bed. It is said to sleep 4, but would say 2 adults and 2 younger children would be more realistic. It has a high lift axle, 14"tires and electric brakes. What's inside: 3 way refrigerator - works Microwave Forced air furnace with thermostat - works Air conditioner - works Galley water pump, 18 gallon fresh water tank Sink No inside stove, but does have an outside propane stove Has a Fantastic vent in roof, a fan either manual operation or thermostatically operated. Two storage compartments can be accessed through the outside. It does have a few dings, as most older campers do, roof has slight hail damage. $5200 obo John show contact info Cell - text show contact info.
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